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SCCM Collection explained

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I can see in the All Systems collection it has column headers such as Client, Approved, Assigned, Blocked, Client Type, Obsolete and Active.  Is there a document and/or a very clear web site explaining all these and what they mean and when they change
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Hi WNottsC,

Here is the official documentation of clients states in the collection view and their meanings http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb633138.aspx if you need more than this, i'd be happy to assist you.
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